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HORACE ANDY added to Love Saves The Day

Jamaican singer HORACE ANDY will perform live at Bristol’s Love Saves The Day festival this summer with the DUB ASANTE band featuring MATIC HORNS.

The event will also feature performances from BABYHEAD, JUS NOW, SHY FX, DUB FX, TEACHINGS IN DUB, JAH SHAKA and WILEY, among many others.

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Love Saves The Day line-up revealed

BABYHEAD, JUS NOW, WILEY and TEACHINGS IN DUB are among the artists set to perform at Love Saves The Day 2015.

The reggae and dub-influenced acts will join US hip hop heavyweights AZEALIA BANKS and GRANDMASTER FLASH this coming May.

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Live review: FISHBONE at The Fleece in Bristol

US alternative/ska band FISHBONE finally made it back to Bristol last month (26 May) to perform for a packed house at The Fleece.

Bristol’s BABYHEAD were up first and got the fun party vibes going with their infectious mix of ska, dub and soul.

However after a 25-year absence from the city it was all about headline act FISHBONE.

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TALISMAN and BABYHEAD added to Chagstock

Bristol reggae acts TALISMAN and BABYHEAD are among the latest additions to this year’s Chagstock festival on Dartmoor in Devon.

Chagstock takes place on 18-19 July at Whiddon Down in Chagford, with weekend tickets priced at £75 for an adult.

The new additions join an already impressive line-up including 2Tone ska legends THE SELECTER.

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Top 10 New Year’s Eve reggae nights in the UK 2013

ReggaeChapter has come up with a selection of 10 reggae parties happening this New Year’s Eve across the UK.

With just a fortnight until the big night, tickets for the shows are selling fast, so secure yours now! 

In no particular order, 10 reggae shows to consider this New Year’s Eve are:

1. FAREWELL NYE PARTY: DJ DEREK + DJ MYLON + ADAM CALLAN (Notting Hill Arts Club, London)

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Top reggae acts announced for Redfest Bristol

The full details of Redfest Bristol can now be revealed including local reggae acts TROY ELLIS and THE HAIL JAMAICA BAND along with headliner BABYHEAD.

Redfield’s free independent arts and music festival takes place from 31 July to 4 August and the St George Park all-dayer, which includes the above two acts, is on 3 August.

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SOLO BANTON, BABYHEAD & RESONATORS for Green Man Festival

The line-up for the Green Man Festival in Wales can now be revealed including reggae/dub acts SOLO BANTON, BABYHEAD and RESONATORS.

The eleventh Green Man Festival takes place at Glanusk Park, Usk Valley, Powys over the weekend of 15-18 August.

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Love Saves Sunday announced in Bristol: DJ DEREK, MS DYNAMITE & TROJAN SOUND

Love Saves The Day Festival has announced a sister event called Love Saves Sunday, which will now take place on 26 May.

The new show, conceived by the people behind Glastonbury's WOW stage ‘See No Evil’ and one half of the team behind In:Motion series, takes place at Bristol's Castle Park over the bank holiday weekend.

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SUNRISE FESTIVAL line-up revealed: DUB PISTOLS, THE BEAT & THE SKINTS

The organisers of SUNRISE FESTIVAL have announced the initial acts of the 2013 event, including DUB PISTOLS, THE BEAT and THE SKINTS.

The festival runs from 30 May-2 June and will take place at a secret venue near Bath and Frome in Somerset.

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Save Hootananny Brixton: Sign the petition now!

Lambeth Council has imposed new licensing restrictions on live reggae music venue Hootananny which is seriously endangering its future.

The legendary South London pub will now be shut down if anyone is allowed in after 11pm.

The owners are campaigning to change this, but in the meantime have advised the public to get there before 11pm to avoid being turned away. The pub is applying for a licence review to change the hours, which could take up to two months to complete, but the owners fear the restriction could spell the end of the venue as it is.

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Top reggae and dub acts confirmed for BrisFest 2012

RONI SIZE, DYNAMITE MC and BABYHEAD are among the recently announced acts for BrisFest 2012 taking place on 22-23 September.

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